Skeptophile15 karma2019-04-20 23:10:56 UTC
Well, index funds are the stock market by definition.
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Skeptophile13 karma2019-04-20 23:13:53 UTC
Could you slightly expand on this subject? Do you think the average American are investing less in the markets due to having less capital, investing elsewhere or not investing at all? I don't really know the statistics but it feels like people willing to invest don't have many other options than the stock market, bonds being too conservative early in life and the house market being pretty expensive and growing much faster than wages.
Skeptophile7 karma2020-02-04 04:18:49 UTC
Did you feel a sense of pride and accomplishment when u/CHAINSAW_VASECTOMY and the mod team pulled the hilarious April's fools?
Skeptophile7 karma2019-04-20 23:19:52 UTC
In case you missed your answer u/Ajshahmd
Skeptophile6 karma2020-02-04 03:58:50 UTC
I'm also curious about that u/proptrader123, has WSB always been about lunatic gambling or it started off as a more traditional stock sub but with perhaps a higher personal risk tolerance?
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